Call Of The Wild

Plastic Pollution - with Steve Backshall and Georgia May Jagger


“If you’ve eaten seafood, you’ve eaten plastic”

It’s time to talk plastics. Every piece of plastic we consume stays in the environment for up to hundreds of years. The sheer scale of plastics in the environment are dramatically impacting ocean wildlife and human health.

For this episode, actor and WWF ambassador Cel Spellman explores the plastic problem, teaming up with model and entrepreneur Georgia May Jagger, who is working on reducing the plastic footprint in her industry, and wildlife presenter Steve Backshall, who is calling for global change in plastic consumption. Together, they delve into the roots of the problem, why change needs to come from the top, but also how we can all easily reduce our own contributions to the problem.

Find tips and challenges to help you say goodbye to plastic, by downloading WWF-UK’s My Footprint app:

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